The offending players won't have much of a leg to stand on when they are banned. Beyond what it does to the game's ethics, it's a breach of EA's User Agreement. The banned players will join an exclusive club that no participant would wish to become part of.
EA has also ended the practice of rewarding optional items indefinitely. It was a way for VIPs like pro football players, EA workers and star spouses to receive Ultimate Team content mechanically without breaking it. They clarify This deal did not extend to"professional video game influencers" in an attempt to dispel the notion that EA was supplying streamers with coveted Ultimate Team players around the sly
That leaves one more to go, but given Madden's annual release program, EA could be waiting until the inescapable Madden NFL 22 -- as opposed to a Madden NFL 21 port -- believing they traditionally launching in August. Either way, let us just hope it isn't another legacy edition, eh?
If the Madden NFL 22 rumors are to be believed, Electronic Arts has already selected the game's cover athlete. However, considering how early it's in the procedure and that EA hasn't confirmed Derrick Henry is the cover star yet, there is a chance it could be somebody else entirely. Henry is a fantastic option, but he is not the only one out there that would fit.
While there isn't even confirmation that Madden NFL 22 is actually coming this year, it appears like there's going to be yet another installment in the series. That's one of the reasons it seems like the rumors of Henry making the cover are true. EA might not have made the announcement, but there's very likely to be someone being showcased. Running backs have been few and far between when it comes to this honor, however, as recent background hints which quarterback is more inclined to get the nod.